Battle of the Bands line-up for Heat Four

Chest of Pogs
Chest of Pogs
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This Friday the Twisted Melon Battle Of the Bands party heads to Terrington where the King William hosts Heat 4.

Triston Finnis, of Twisted Melon Promotions, says: “The road to KL.FM and ultimately Festival Too continues, with

Christian Smith & The Whistlers

Christian Smith & The Whistlers

two solo acts and two bands making up this heat.

“Covers verses originals, rock verses acoustic, pop versus country. This heat certainly has it all.

“Free entry, all ages welcome and it all kicks off at 8pm.”

Here is the run-down on the four acts:

Addam Whitby

Addam Whitby


Chest Of Pogs are Tom Watson on vocals, Ross Woodhouse rhythm guitar/backing vocals, Scott Hunter lead guitar/rhythm guitar/backing vocals, Niall Jacka bass and Jamie Nuttall drums. Formed in October 2010 as an idea designed to satisfy Tom’s desire to be in a band, which his friends indulged him with, but since then its been nothing but good times. The original line-up changed, Niall replacing Liam on bass, and Scott eventually replacing Adam on lead guitar after a few months playing with deps, but the idea remained the same ... to entertain!


Christian Smith & The Whistlers are a four-piece country rock band fronted by singer-songwriter Christian Smith.

Isabella Rose Smith

Isabella Rose Smith

Based in Cambridgeshire the band play mainly original material, most of which is on upcoming debut album Midnight Calls, which is released on April 9.

The band formed in late 2015 originally as a backing band for Christian’s album, Midnight Calls, which later became a full band for shows.


Isabella Rose Smith is a 16-year-old singer/songwriter from West Norfolk. She covers a variety of artists but also writes her own material. Her influences are folk and pop. Although Isabella is still at a young age she is an extremely accomplished musician and in the few years she’s been performing has played many gigs and festivals.


Adamm is a local musician based in West Lynn. He has been in an array of King’s Lynn groups including Gifford and can often be seen busking in the town centre as Streetwood. Adamm’s solo project includes the use of a loop pedal giving him a new fuller sound. His influences include David Bowie, Stray Cats, Taj Mahal, Sam Cooke and Fleetwood Mac.